Brinton, B., & Fujiki, M. (2015). Emotional intelligence and treatment outcomes in children with language impairment. In Routledge Handbook of Communication Disorders (pp. 345-354). London, England: Routledge.
Davies, R., Randall, D., & West, R. E. (2015). Using open badges to certify practicing evaluators. American Journal of Evaluation, 36(2), 151-163.
Esplin, S. C., & Randall, E. V. (2014). Living in two worlds: The development and transition of Mormon education in American society. History of Education, 43(1), 3–30.
Henrie, C. R., Bodily, R., Manwaring, K. C., & Graham, C. R. (2015). Exploring intensive longitudinal measures of student engagement in blended learning. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 16(3), 131-135.
Newberry, M. (2014). Teacher educator identity development of the nontraditional teacher educator. Studying Teacher Education, 10(2), 163–178.
Pierce, J. L., Tanner, K., Merrill, R. M., Miller, K. L., Ambati, B. K., Kendall, K. A., & Roy, N. (2015). Voice disorders in Sjögren's syndrome: Prevalence and related risk factors. The Laryngoscope, 125(6), 1385–1392.
Harris, R. W., McPherson, D. L., & Tourkemani, A. (2015, June). A virtual audiometric suite for classroom and internet-based teaching of audiometry. Short course presented at the third conference of the Advanced Arab Academy of Audiovestibulogy, Amman, Jordan.
McPherson, D. L., & Harris, R. W. (2015, June). Mismatched negativity (MMN) and other cognitive-event-related potentials in the assessment of the central auditory system part I. Short course presented at the third conference of the Advanced Arab Academy of Audiovestibulogy, Amman, Jordan.
McPherson, D. L., Perry, L., & Harris, R. W. (2015). Negativity (MMN) and other cognitive-event-related potentials in the assessment of central auditory system part II: Dromey scalp distribution of the mismatch negativity. Paper presented at the third conference of the Advanced Arab Academy of Audiovestibulogy, Amman, Jordan.
Charles Graham was selected as an Online Learning Consortium Fellow for his leadership in blended learning.
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